6 edition of The House of the Wolf (Large Print Edition) found in the catalog.
July 13, 2006
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||144|
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The House of the Wolf by Stanley Weyman Part 1 out of 4. homepage; Index of The House of the Wolf; Next part (2) Note: In this Etext, text in italics has been written in capital letters. Many French words in the text have accents, etc. which have been omitted. THE HOUSE OF THE WOLF A Romance by STANLEY WEYMAN CONTENTS. CHAP. I. The House of the Wolf (Peacock books) Summary. The House of the Wolf (Peacock books) by Stanley John Weyman. pages. Blue pictorial card cover. Pages and binding are presentable with no major defects. Minor issues present such as mild cracking, inscriptions, inserts, light foxing, tanning and thumb marking. Overall a good condition item.
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The House of the Wolf: A romance (Peacock books): Stanley John Weyman. Stanley John Weyman. Book Description High above the Hungarian village of Lugos rise the towers of Castle Homolky, whose subterranean dungeons contain the remains of a chamber of horrors once used for the torture of enemies, and whose tragic and violent history has caused it to be known as The House of the Wolf.
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But is the killer a wolf, or could the unthinkable be true: that one of the Castle's inhabitants is actually a werewolf. After the success of his Victorian gaslight Gothic tale Necropolis (), published by the legendary Arkham House, Basil Copper () returned with another atmospheric Victorian chiller, The House of the Wolf ()/5(46).
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It was the author's fourth book published by Arkham House. The House of the Wolf is a superbly plotted novel in which the experts at a gathering of folklorists find themselves trapped at Castle Homolky.
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House of the Wolf (Bayt al-Deeb, Arabic: بيت الدِّيب ) is Ezzat el Kamhawi's fourth novel and eighth book. It was first released in Arabic language in by Dar Al-Adab in Beirut. In Decemberel Kamhawi was awarded the Naguib Mahfouz Medal for Literature award for this novel, the English edition was released in by AUC Press.
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Perishing with cold and hunger, he knocks at a house where a light is shin ing, and craves succor. Ah .The House of the Wolf is told at a leisurely pace as we meet the other members of the symposium, among them Raglan, a young doctor who is obviously as interested in young Nadia Homolky as he is in the symposium, Menlow, a scientist, Abercrombie, the giant Scot doctor who studies vampirism, and Sullivan, who may or may not be an enemy from the Author: Jerry House.House of the Wolf An Egyptian Novel Ezzat El Kamhawi Translated byNancy Roberts.
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